Eller shines in Habs victory (Video)

For fans, the bumpy start to Lars Eller’s season probably seemed like a distant memory Saturday as he helped lift the Canadiens over the New York Rangers. But it still sounded fresh in Eller’s mind after the Habs 3-0 victory.

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New HIO talk show makes its debut with ‘Knuckles’ Nilan as guest

Today, The Gazette launches a new feature on the Hockey Inside/Out talk show.

The 25-minute videotaped web show focuses on the latest news surrounding the Canadiens. Joining Gazette

Canadiens wake up in first place despite loss to Islanders

Despite letting one slip away Thursday night in a 4-3 overtime loss to the New York Islanders, the Canadiens woke up Friday morning still in first place in


About last night …

On Wall Street and Bay Street, they call this a market correction. When stocks have been trading too high for a while, prices take a tumble back down to

Max Pacioretty

Pacioretty: “We got completely away from our game plan”

Max Pacioretty didn't need to search for words to explain how things got derailed for the Canadiens Thursday night against the New York Islanders. "We got completely

Gallagher skates, but won’t face Islanders

Brendan Gallagher joined his Canadiens teammates for Thursday's morning skate in Brossard, but has not been cleared for contact after suffering a concussion in last Saturday's game against

GM Bergevin must be smiling

Can you imagine the smile Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin must have had on his face when he woke up Wednesday morning and looked at the NHL standings? How about


About last night …

Pope Michel I? Hey, why not? Through the first third of this short NHL season, Michel Therrien definitely has the infallibility thing going. Seriously, name one wrong move Therrien has made

Prust set to face former Rangers teammates

The Canadiens game against the Rangers Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden (7 p.m., RDS, TSN-HABS, TSN 690 Radio) will be somewhat of a homecoming for Habs tough-guy


About last night …

It may be time to confront a question that the more jaded among us, the scars of last season still fresh, have avoided through 15 games: Are your Montreal